Rush of Fools
Birmingham, Alabama-based group Rush of Fools has crafted their progressive worship style for more than a year as they played for churches and youth camps around the southern half of the United States. Winning the inaugural Band With A Mission...
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Birmingham, Alabama-based group Rush of Fools has crafted their progressive worship style for more than a year as they played for churches and youth camps around the southern half of the United States. Winning the inaugural Band With A Mission contest in April 2006, Rush of Fools became the second Christian artist on Nashville based Midas Records. The band's self-titled debut is being produced by Jason Ingram (front man for The Longing and producer for Bebo Norman, Gray Holiday), Matt Bronleewe (Michael W. Smith, Leeland, Joy Williams), and Scott Davis (Jessie Daniels). RUSH OF FOOLS includes passionate lyrics directed towards the decided including standout tracks 'Undo,' 'We All,' and 'When Our Hearts Sing.'
Music Manager's View: Rush of Fools has had an exceptionally fast rise to prominence on the Christian music scene. Their self-titled debut release is what I would call a 'progressive worship' album - a great blend of radio-friendly music and uncompromising lyrics. I think this band will be here to stay.
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- 1. UndoRush Of Fools0:59
- 2. We AllRush Of Fools0:59
- 3. When Our Hearts SingRush Of Fools0:59
- 4. Your LoveRush Of Fools0:59
- 5. FameRush Of Fools0:59
- 6. Peace Be StillRush Of Fools0:59
- 7. All We Ever NeededRush Of Fools0:59
- 8. Can`t Get AwayRush Of Fools0:59
- 9. For ThoseRush Of Fools0:59
- 10. Jesus HurryRush Of Fools0:59
- 11. AlreadyRush Of Fools0:59
Rush of Fools formed in 2005, traveling as a simple worship band and writing songs together. Something that had started out as a hobby quickly expanded into a long-term mission and calling, which led them to record their self-titled album in 2007. After their song "Undo" received airplay across the nation, their part-time career quickly evolved into a full national touring schedule.
Subsequent albums include: Wonder of the world (2008), We once were (2011) and Carry us now(2014).